Player Notes

  • D'Wayne Eskridge remains sidelined with toe issue
    Seahawks WR D'Wayne Eskridge is not participating in minicamp due to a toe injury.

    Advice: Pete Carroll did not give a timetable on Eskridge's return but did note that it was unfortunate that the rookie was missing time while Seattle installed their new offense. This doesn't bode well for Eskridge, who has the chance to be the third receiver in an offense led by Russell Wilson. If he's unable to get back on the field in time to pick up the offense, Freddie Swain is expected to be the next man up. Swain started one game as a rookie in 2020 and amassed 13 receptions for 159 yards on the year. Yesterday, 3:54 pm
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  • Fangio: Courtland Sutton won't start camp on PUP
    Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Courtland Sutton won't start training camp on the active/PUP list. 

    Advice: This comes as great news for Sutton, who appears to be making a flawless recovery from the torn ACL he suffered in Week 2 of the 2020 season. All previous reports have also indicated that he would be ready for training camp. Sutton broke out with 1,112 yards in 2019 while also earning his first Pro Bowl nod. He could return to an offense helmed by Teddy Bridgewater which will be a notable upgrade over Drew Lock. While not exactly an exciting passer, Bridgewater propelled three receivers to top-25 fantasy seasons last year. Yesterday, 11:52 am
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  • Mims working with second-team offense in minicamp
    SNY's Ralph Vacchiano noted that Jets WR Denzel Mims was one of the team's few receivers to not get reps with the first team on the first day of minicamp.

    Advice: If the Jets are giving all of their wideouts a chance to work with Zach Wilson except Mims, it's going to be an uphill battle for the second year to crack the starting rotation. New York signed Corey Davis in the offseason before drafting Elijah Moore in the second round. Since then, Moore has made waves in practice while Mims has worked behind Keelan Cole. Mims stock looks like it will continue falling throughout the summer. He's nothing more than a flyer in deep leagues. Yesterday, 11:39 am
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  • Odell Beckham works on the side in practice
    Odell Beckham (knee) participated in individual drills on Tuesday.

    Advice: The Akron Beacon Journal's Nate Ulrich added that Beckham was not wearing a brace on his knee during the drills. This marks his first practice since suffering a torn ACL in Week 7 of last year. Beckham has reportedly been on track at every step of his rehabilitation and could be ready to work with the team by training camp. He has struggled with injuries since joining the Browns via trade two years ago but will return to the best version of Cleveland's offense that he's seen so far. Baker Mayfield posted career numbers last year and the offense drastically improved under first-year coach Kevin Stefanski. The Browns' run-first approach will limit Beckham to WR2 numbers but he remains the best receiver to target in Cleveland. Yesterday, 11:15 am
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  • N'Keal Harry suffers calf injury in practice
    Patriots WR N'Keal Harry suffered a calf injury during practice on Tuesday.

    Advice: The Athletic's Jeff Howe noted that Harry limped through the remainder of the drill he was participating in and that his status is being monitored. He added that Harry has been building momentum throughout the week. Harry, an unmitigated bust since the Patriots drafted him with the No. 32 pick in 2019, has 414 yards to his name through two injury-plagued seasons. For now, the injury appears to be minor. If it turns out to be more serious than expected, Harry could continue falling behind his teammates, putting his roster spot in jeopardy. Yesterday, 10:31 am
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